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  • atibens
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    hemmel
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    New Kamasi Washington EP coming, “Truth.”

    David
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    Aldous Harding has a new album coming out soon – she’s new to me but very good indeed.

    Looks a bit like PJ Harvey but for me a better voice. This is her live but her videos are all good

    hemmel
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    New/Old Geraldine Fibbers (from the reissue of “Lost Somewhere Between The Earth and My Home)!

    kk.
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    Christoph Berg – Conversations

    very beautiful new “meo-classical” album on Sonic Pieces, shouldanyone interested in Max Richter or Johann Johansson, or indeed to everyone else too….

    https://anost.net/en/Products/Christoph-Berg-Conversations/

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    After an eight year hiatus, Do Make Say Think just released their best album yet. The deluxe LP is beautifully packaged and the sound quality is top notch.

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    hemmel
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    Yazz Ahmed. RIYL Kamasi Washington, John Zorn’s Masada, and Miles Davis’s soundtrack to “Ascenseur pour l’√©chafaud.”

    Dan
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    The new Slowdive album is such a pleasant surprise.

    David
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    The Slowdive album is very good – enjoying it a lot. Do Make Say Think was a good shout – I would have missed that album. I like a bit of “post rock” but there’s so much of it – hard to sot wheat from chaff.

    kk.
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    loving the Slowdives album too

    while reading about it, I stumbled across this “supergroup” album Rachel Goswell made last year with one member of Mogwai and one member of Editors under the name of Minor Victories. Enjoying that a lot, too.

    There is also a companion album called Minor Victories – Orchestral Versions which recasts the songs in a neoclassical setting.

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    hemmel
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    Yeah, I think I put up the minor victories track in last year’s thread. Continuing to be a great album. The orchestral version album is great as well (much more Reich/Cage than I was expecting).

    New track from Lo Moon. Sounds like a long lost b-side to Talk Talk’s Spirit of Eden.

    xylographique
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    Yes, Slowdive’s new album (after 22 years) is very good. I listen to them since the 90s but I never had the opportunity to see them live (I only saw a Neil Halstead’s intimate gig). I will see them for the first time this year in Amsterdam. Their EPs, demos and soundtrack (“I am the elephant, U are the mouse”) are all beautiful.

    atibens
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    The new Fleet Foxes album Crack-Up is awesome … difficult to get into at first, but after a few listens a great continuation of their work – i really love this !

    Dan
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    Stopped in my tracks when I heard this song for the first time earlier this week. The entire album is superb.

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    DorianGray
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    The “comeback” album of Land Of Talk is actually quite nice, maybe their best one yet…

    Land Of Talk – This Time

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